An inspiring preacher and teacher Gary, along with his wife Cathy, are Lead Pastors of Hillsong Church London. Gary is devoted to providing real solutions to current global issues including world poverty. He is committed to helping people gain a genuine revelation of the message of Jesus Christ and is passionate about empowering people to practically reach and impact their world.
In the third part of the series “Pause and Think”, Pastor Gary Clarke encourages us to be still and quieten our negative thoughts; to find peace with God through prayer, which will lead to contentment and more love for those around us.
Pastor Gary Clarke speaks from the story of Esther. Perhaps the time you find yourself in is purposed. It's easy to feel concerned or frightened about the world we live in, but we have a responsibility to claim that we, as the church, have purpose in it.
Pastor Gary Clarke asks the question, “Is our hope in God? Are we seeing him correctly? And are we helping other people to see Him?” We do this by remembering what God has already done for us in the past, and trusting He has our future.
Gary Clarke, Lead pastor of Hillsong London reminds us that how we behave affects how we feel, the way we feel affects the way we think. How are we letting post-modern, pluralist society affect our thinking?
Are you fearful of the future or do you dread thinking about what lies ahead? Pastor Gary Clarke shares from Proverbs 31; God doesn't want our past to colour our future - He wants us to look at our future and smile!
Pastor Gary Clarke concludes the series on 'The Church’, sharing his own personal revelation of the power of the Church. Your revelation of the Church and your revelation of Jesus need to go together. Your experience of church has a massive impact on your Christian experience.
Join Pastor Gary Clarke as he shares around Luke 7 where Jesus has a unique encounter, showing grace to a woman who poured perfume on his feet. What can we learn from this Jesus encounter? What impact can a true connection and encounter with Jesus make on the world?
What is true greatness? Even Jesus’ disciples argued among themselves about who was the greatest. In this episode, Pastor Gary Clarke unpacks the cultural and spiritual context of Jesus’ answer to this question and what we can learn from it. Our perceptions about true greatness will be re-defined.
Pastor Gary Clarke preaches an inspiring message on the power of forgiveness. Gary points us to what Jesus said about unforgiveness and reminds us that this subject was at the very heart of his purpose on earth.
Pastor Gary Clarke continues his teaching on the gift of forgiveness and how life changing it is. He asks us what it looks like to shake off our sinful nature and to take up our cross daily and follow Christ. Forgiveness is essential if we are to be sincere in our faith and it is the path to livi...
Pastor Gary Clarke continues the third part of his series on the power of forgiveness. Gary points us to Jesus and his extraordinary act of forgiveness on the cross. He also does a study comparing Genesis and The Gospels to see how Jesus changed everything.
What do we allow to shape our lives? In this message, Pastor Gary Clarke preaches around Jesus’ teaching from the sermon on the mount. Gary shares five things that matter as we shape our lives around Christ. These five things are the heartbeat behind healthy Christianity and contributing towards ...
People matter to God. We live in a world where loneliness is a real issue. Pastor Gary Clarke talks about the significance of each person in a crowd and how we each matter to God. Gary identifies the hunger within people to know God.
Pastor Gary Clarke delivers a beautiful message titled, Catalyst People. The story of the prodigal son talks about the heart of God. The emphasis of this story is on the found - how intent He is about people being found in Him. God transforms us when we enter into a relationship with Him.
Pastor Gary Clarke talks about the blessing it is to be generous and grateful. It is more blessed to give than it is to receive. Giving makes us better, happier, and we have the peace of God when we are people who give.